Unix Tip #4432- April 30, 2014


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ANOTHER PROCESS FINDER


psfind command:

Here is a quick script that
you can use to filter the
list of active processes to
only those that contain a
specified string.

Edit into the file
/usr/local/bin/psfind

ps -ef|grep -i $1|grep -iv grep

Change permissions so that
it is executable
#chmod a+x,go-w /usr/local/bin/psfind

Use it:
#/usr/local/bin/psfind oracle


This tip generously supported by: bill.anglea@oracle.com

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